Here's a demo from one of Central New Jersey's earliest hardcore bands. They hailed from New Brunswick, which was home to a few other great hardcore acts like Send Help, TMA and Genocide. NJF were very short lived, by 1983 bass player Andy Skovran and guitar players Paul Decolator and Harpo were absorbed into the band Pleased Youth. Unfortunately, Paul Decolater passed away in 2002. A mere months before his passing, I was discussing releasing some NJF material with him. Sadly, that release was never able to materialize. Paul's love of music was immense, he was deeply involved in anything and everything. He booked and promoted shows (7 Second's 1st Jersey show and many others!), ran a zine (Tips & Tours), did a radio show (WPRB-Princeton), played for a handful of bands (Loose, NJF, Bristles, Pleased Youth, G.G. Allin), and just before his passing, was looking to start a label. I remember him really wanting to do a legit release of Autistic Behavior's "Shattered Cattle" LP, which never saw proper release.
The other members of NJF still play on. Vocalist Harpo and Andy play for Niblick Henbane (Headache Records).
According to Paul, NJF had about 5 studio recorded songs that never came out. I also have some live stuff recorded at the now defunct Pipeline which I may upload later.
1. New Jersey's Finest
Lose A Bolt
I Wanna Kill U
Jah Blah Blah